I’m going to start if you hate it that much
I’m the best reporter Patrick has ever had the misfortune of working with. Ryan, though, is a pleasure.
I always enjoyed your articles, Ryan. As long as you dip into the comments like Stef occasionally does, I’ll allow you to leave.
Ryan’s writing whipped the camel’s ass. Good luck at CR!
Ryan WAS a car. Not a lot of folks know that
Ha, read and weep, Balaban!
In B4 comments section fills with effusive praise of and wild ranting about Felton’s work.
Assuming they want at least an 8% profit margin, that means they’ve got to shave $5,500 of cost out of there somewhere. I’m sure some of it will come with their ever increasing scale, but I bet most will come out of ongoing CIP’s. Removing 15% of the cost out of your product isn’t an easy task. I’ll be amazed if they…
The trend towards using eminent domain to facilitate private initiatives is quite troubling. I can understand airports, but factories or hotels?
I love Tesla, but at this point, I’m much more apt to believe that Musk is saying whatever it takes make him look like a hero, rather than believe his words outright.
This sounds like such a mickey mouse operation
2019 is not going to be a very ... Ok forget that, I’m not doing this.
“Not intentionally holding back the Model 3 at $35k”??!?! Didn’t Musk say at some point in the past year that it was delayed purposefully because they wouldn’t make money on it? (And isn’t this the kind of thing a blogger/journalist should include when claims like this are made?)
I don’t care about Tesla per se, but they have proven by hook and by crook that electric cars can be affordable, practical, desirable and most of all, profitable.
Wait and see if they can keep the same sales when the federal tax credits phase out?
Absolutely none of this is true.
Thank you, Ryan, for acknowledging my legacy.
STOP TWEETING, ELON!
Ah! The ship must be going down with the captain because it’s a submarine. That explains the engineers shouting “CRUSH DEPTH” and the klaxons blaring.